Creating a New Data Quality Analysis
You perform a Data Quality analysis only on a single exposure view.
To perform a Data Quality analysis:
1. Create a project or open an existing project.
2. Add an exposure view, or select an existing exposure view.
3. In the New Analysis area of the navigation pane, click Data Quality. The New Data Quality Analysis pane displays the name of the analysis target. It also indicates how much of the exposure data has not been geocoded.
4. In the Data Quality Diagnostics area, select and configure each diagnostic that you want to run. Depending on the diagnostics and the actions that you select, you may need to set several diagnostic-specific configuration options.
• Validate and Score: Enables you to configure the following diagnostics to assess data quality and completeness:
• Score Data
• Validate Data
• Create Rating Agency Reports
• Benchmark: Enables you to configure the following diagnostics to review and compare your data to the aggregate data in AIR's Industry Exposure Database:
AIR's Industry Exposure Database contains aggregate property information about risk counts, building attributes, and replacement values and information on standard policy terms and conditions. The database is also used in the AIR CATRADER application for comprehensive catastrophe risk analyses using aggregate exposure data.
• Review Industry Data
• Compare with Industry Data
• Augment: Enables you to update inaccurate location details, or add missing location details and replacement values to your exposure data:
• Enhance with Property-specific data (if AIR's Property-specific database is licensed) and/or User-specified values
• Select data consistency options
5. By default, the analysis target is the exposure view you were working with when you selected Data Quality. To narrow the scope of the exposure data being analyzed, click Analysis Filters. For example, you can analyze only exposures with a total replacement value above or below a specific value.
6. Click Analysis Management to configure analysis-specific functions.
7. In the Analysis Name field, leave the default name, which includes the exposure view name and the type of analysis, or enter a unique, alphanumeric identifier.
|Entering some combination of the exposure view name along with the analysis type enables you to quickly find result sets in the Activity Monitor.|
8. Click Run. The application adds the project to the Activity Monitor queue for processing when the required system resources are available.
9. View the analysis results.
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Touchstone V3.0 Updated December 01, 2016